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Introduction to an Anthropology of Centers

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Centro

Distancing itself from major theoreticians of “centers” such as Mircea Eliade and Edward Shils, the essay advances a notion that is much less compromised with the principle of sacredness. It is a more humble and modest, plural and territorial notion. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Heteronomous Beauty of Artifact Space

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Fountain_Court_London

Why is the space of our daily existence often made of benches with seats that stab our backs with pain? Of train stations similar to labyrinths that make us miss the train? Of airports whose façades present such an obsessive formal homogeneity that we cannot distinguish the entry? Leggi tutto »

 
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City Space

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c.p. fun palace

Architectural space is the space of the city. In the Western world, urban culture develops according to morphologies that evolve with continuity by integrating the innovations of the Renaissance and the experimentations of the Baroque period up to the end of the nineteenth century. Leggi tutto »

 
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Geometry: The Mathematical Vision of Space

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torusnocolor

What does the word “space” mean for a mathematician? What did it mean in the past? This essay takes a brief historical tour and describes some important steps in the evolution of geometry, from Euclid to Gauss and up to the breakthrough of non-Euclidean geometry. Leggi tutto »

 
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Two Uses of the Term “Space” in Psychoanalysis: Freud and Winnicott

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coperta-linus

This essay analyzes two uses of the term “space” in psychoanalysis. The first use goes back to Freud and resides in his originary description of the psyche. In this first topica, Freud characterizes the psyche as extended in space and distributed over three regions–consciousness, the pre-conscious, and the unconscious. Leggi tutto »

 
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Space Is Not Motionless: Cosmology, Mechanics, and Metaphysics in Christiaan Huygens

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Huygens

Christiaan Huygens’ scientific work (1629-1695) is situated in the period between Galileo and Descartes on the one side and Leibniz and Newton on the other. He was the greatest geometrician of his times and also gave an extraordinary impulse to mechanics both with his discovery of the laws of collisions, centrifugal force, and the brachistochrone curve (or curve of fastest descent) and with his revolutionary considerations on various foundational physical concepts. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Concept of Space in Husserl’s Phenomenology

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Husserl

The essay analyzes Husserl’s phenomenological theory of space. The author begins by delimiting its semantic and philosophical field of belonging as defined by the link between the phenomenological notion of intentionality and the relation between immanence and transcendence. Leggi tutto »

 
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